Uh-Oh! Cop gives “ticket” to boy in toy car

MALDEN, Mass. (WKOW) — A photo of a little boy getting written up by a police officer in his toy car is getting popular on the internet.

Little Grayson Salerno was cruising around in his new ride, a red Mercedes, when a police officer who is a family friend stopped by.

"One of our friends happened to pop in, he was on duty, but he happened to drop in, he had been wanting to see Grayson," said Cori-Devan Salerno, Grayson’s mother.

That’s when Grayson was busted. A few photos were taken of him receiving a ticket from the officer.

Salerno posted the pictures on social media and they were quickly shared on Twitter where they have already racked up thousands of likes and shares.

 "I’m happy that so many people could just smile and get a kick out of it," Salerno said.

Salerno says despite the traffic ticket, she’s confident that Grayson will grow up to be a great driver!

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